Domestic Financial Policies under Fixed and under Floating Exchange Rates (Politiques finaciÃ¨rieures intÃ©rieures avec un systÃ¨me de taux de change fixe et avec un systÃ¨me de taux de change fluctuant) (PolÃtica financiera interna bajo sistemas de tipos de cambio fijos o de tipos de cambio fluctuantes)
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